approaches and global perspectives that target critical issues that have
been neglected by conventional economic analysis.
“As we look at the grant round in the spring of 2011, I can see a focus on financial instability, the instability of expectations, and the role of financial and monetary policy,” says Robert Johnson, Executive Director of INET.
In the Spring 2011 Grant Program, over 400 proposals were reviewed by the research jury and narrowed down to 59 finalists from which 23 Project Grants and Research Programs were identified and approved by INET’s Governing Board. The Governing Board is continuing to review additional Research Programs.
The entire field of Spring 2011 grant recipients comes from 15 different countries in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America and the Middle East.